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Alison Rosenman ‘20, Editor-in-Chief

Alison is a computer science major and economics minor from Washington State. Aside from The Clerk, she has been involved with the Women in STEM club and the library’s digital scholarship department. You can contact her at

David King ‘20, Associate Editor

David is a Philosophy and Religion double major from Alexandria, VA. He has written about religious discourse, activism, transparency, and student governance. Outside the Clerk, he is the manager for the men’s Track and Field team, a member of the Haverford ‘Ford S-Chords, and a member of the Bi-Co Chamber Singers.  You can contact him at

Chace Pulley ‘21, News Editor

Chace is a prospective Political Science major and Peace, Justice, and Human Rights concentrator from San Mateo, CA. Outside of the Clerk, you can find her planning events for Fords Against Boredom, working for the Political Science department, and playing on Haverford’s club tennis team. She is also in the process of receiving her yoga teacher certification and is an avid practitioner of Ashtanga style yoga. When she has spare time, she enjoys reading cheesy romance novels, hiking, and exploring Philly. You can contact her at

Shaquana Drury ‘19, Co-Features Editor

Shaquana Drury is a history major from New Haven, CT. Outside of the Clerk, she is a member of the Women’s Club soccer team. On her free time she enjoys creative writing, running, and watching film. You can contact her at

Eve Blondeau-Elman ‘21, Co-Features Editor

Eve is a prospective Political Science major from Hong Kong. Outside of The Clerk, she is on a couple committees and is involved in several student clubs on campus. She also enjoys playing guitar in her free time. You can contact her at

Sierra Zareck ‘20, Co-Opinions Editors

Sierra is an English major with Political Science and Africana Studies minors from New Jersey. Outside The Clerk she is a BSL member, MAST high school writing tutor, and COOP student worker. She also is involved with the library’s archives, spending this summer researching race at Haverford College as the Diversity and Activism Summer Archive Intern. You can contact her at

Noah Connors ’19, Social Media

Sonia Schmidt ’21, Social Media

Sonia is a Religion major from Vienna, Virginia. Outside of the Clerk she is a member of FAB, the Women’s Club Soccer team, and the Mock Trial team. You can contact her at

Lucas Greenbaum ‘20, Webmaster

Lucas is a History major with an Economics minor from Berkeley, CA. Outside of the Clerk, he is a member of the Haverford Baseball Team and is involved in a number of student-run clubs. You can contact him at